There are times when you are actually behind a good book & at times it is the book which finds you.Better if it is the latter case as you are well assured that you won't be disappointed as it was 'meant' to be read by you(a conclusion derived after applying my pure Paulo Coelhian theory,& am very high on them especially when exams are anywhere around & at a place called 'my college',this is the Default Mode,well almost..!).
So here I was luckily introduced to a really refreshing book at my Uncle's Place, by Advaita Kala, an avid blogger who makes you engrossed in her beautiful story, 'the-one-go-book' types, even if that involves 99% probability of getting thrown out of the class or at the risk of waking up people around you as you giggle out at yet another of her funny narration,a bit too loudly.
'Almost Single' reviewed as the Desi Version of 'Bridget Jones Diary' involving the perspective of a single women in her late twenties & funny nuances about the lives of those around her.With stuff like lots of Romanticism,Wine Tasting,Karva Chauth,the corporate life & a Chetan Bhagat like, it is worth a grab.
Quoted from the Book:
Sometimes, life is like a book.You can get so desperate to reach the end of the story that you conveniently skip a couple of Chapters.However, when you do get to the end, you are left with this icky restless feeling, to go back to those missing chapters before you can close the book.